The trouble with mittens: Fingers may be warm and dry, but wrists are not. Solve that problem with SnowStoppers extra-long sleeves. They keep snow from sneaking between coat and glove and stop mittens from falling off.
When a Norwegian mom of two relocated from Oslo to Brooklyn, she was surprised by the limited offerings in wool clothes. So she opened shop to bring soft, warm merino and alpaca duds from Scandinavia to our shores.
Your favorite snow day treat as a kid: freshly scooped snow topped with a drizzle of maple syrup. Give that old fave an update with real-deal cone cups and all-natural, organic snow cone syrups in flavors such as cherry vanilla and apple pie.
It’s time to curl up on the sofa with a movie or a stack of books. Snuggle time is that much cozier under one of Pendleton’s famous wool camp blankets, originally designed to withstand harsh Pacific Northwest winters.
Hot chocolate is a snow day requisite, but don’t stop there. Add a layer of fun and flavor with all-natural gourmet marshmallows in cocoa-enhancing varieties such as peppermint, caramel, and toasted coconut. They even come in cup-ready disks called MugToppers.
We like Grammy’s famous cookie recipe. But for perfect, bakery-size, crispy-on-the-outside, gooey-on-the-inside chocolate chip deliciousness, we look no further than Vosges Haut-Chocolat’s mix, complete with gourmet dark chocolate chunks.
Whether you need an insulating base layer under a snowsuit or cozy separates for lounging indoors, Nui Organics has you covered. Its merino wool thermals — available in leggings, crewnecks, and henleys — are silky soft and never itchy.
You know where they have a lot of snow days? Vermont. So people there know a thing or two about hot chocolate — especially the cocoa fanatics at Lake Champlain Chocolates in Burlington. Their winter mix blends pure, delicious ingredients for a smooth postsledding treat.